EU leaders slam Britain’s proposals of the rights of EU citizens in the UK as insufficient and problematic.
The EU extends sanctions against Russia over Moscow’s alleged role in the crisis in eastern Ukraine.
EU leaders are gathering for a summit in Brussels to discuss in more detail the thorny issue of refugees.
Greece's prime minister tells his Turkish counterpart that airspace violations over the Aegean must stop.
The European Union warns Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdistan region against holding an independence referendum in September.
The European Union has extended restrictive measures against Moscow until June 2018 over its alleged role in the crisis in eastern Ukraine.
A forest in central Portugal has left scores of people dead and injured.
Raging forest fires in Portugal have killed at least 62 people, many of them burnt to death in their cars, in the country's worst such disaster in recent history.
Most of the victims were trapped in their cars amidst the country's deadliest-ever single forest blaze.
Poland plans to nearly double its military spending in an attempt to be able to defend itself “alone if necessary” against potential foreign invasion.
Germany and Austria have criticized the new anti-Russia sanctions approved by the US Senate, tacitly calling them meddling in European affairs.
European Commission chairman Jean-Claude Juncker has ruled out the possibility of renegotiation about Paris climate deal.
Rome's populist mayor has called for a moratorium on new migrants arriving in the city, warning that setting up additional reception centers could create more social tensions.
The EU calls for clarity on the UK’s Brexit stance as France says the door to the bloc is still open to Britain.
A deadly 6.3-magnitude quake jolts two Greek islands and the Aegean coast of Turkey, leaving homes in the affected areas in ruins.
Madrid is bracing for rising tensions over Catalonia's unilateral separatist drive.
Hundreds cross into the European Union on the first day of the visa waiver program, as President Poroshenko describes the development as a "breakaway" from Russia.
Police in the Netherlands say the incident does not appear to be terrorist-related.
The EU denounces Israel’s plans for building thousands of more settlement units on the occupied Palestinian land.
European Council President Donald Tusk tells Britain that there is no time to lose in Brexit negotiations.
Previous secessionist challenges in Catalonia were blocked by Spain's conservative government and the Constitutional Court.
The European Union finally launches its special defense fund.
Hundreds of protesters rally in Madrid, calling on the government to block a contentious free trade deal between the EU and Canada.
A bomb scare triggers a crowd crush on a square in the Italian city of Turin, where Juventus fans were watching the Champions League final.
Greece is investigating allegations that US aid agency Mercy Corps sexually abused refugees.
A reference poll suggests the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats party is the country's second largest.
The EU says preparations are underway to decouple Baltic States from Russia’s power grid by 2025.
Spain’s top anti-corruption prosecutor resigns over possession of shares in an offshore company.
The European Union’s corruption watchdog says it has been 'flooded' with fraud cases in the bloc’s organizations.
As many as 30 refugees are feared dead from a recent tragedy in the Mediterranean involving refugees.
Greece denies reports it may reject more bailout money if a deal is not reached on its debt relief.
Greece is confident the eurozone meeting in June would lead to a solution to the country’s debt issue.
Germany’s Merkel says the US and Britain could no longer be reliable partners for the EU.
Thousands take to the streets of Spain's capital Madrid to protest the government’s austerity measures.
Anti-G7 protesters clash with security forces on the Italian island of Sicily.
Estonia expels two Russian diplomats in a move blasted by Russia ‘hostile’ and ‘provcative.’
Former Greek Prime Minsiter Lucas Papademos was wounded on Thursday when a letter bomb exploded in his car.
The EU officials say the bloc and the US, under Trump, have yet to agree on a united position on Russia.
Thousands of protesters stage a large protest rally against the US president, who is in Brussels for EU and NATO leaders.
Over 30 people have been killed in a shipwreck involving refugees off the coast of Libya.
US President Donald Trump met with Pope Francis at the Vatican, as a group of people protested against his visit near the US embassy in Rome.
EU member states set a tough negotiating mandate for talks over Britain’s exit from the bloc.
Germany and France pledge to do more to strengthen eurozone.
Members of Spain’s socialist PSOE party go to polls to choose a new leader.
Nearly 20,000 Croatians stage anti-abortion protests in two of the country’s major cities.
Swedish prosecutors have closed a seven-year investigation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange over allegations of rape.
Police and protesters clashed in the Greek capital, Athens, as lawmakers approved new unpopular austerity measures.
Greeks continue protests to demand an end to painful economic reforms.
European Union’s foreign policy chief says the block is going to launch a planned military headquarters within coming days.
An EU regulator fines Facebook over misleading information on accounts matching.
Cybersecurity experts warn that "WannaCry" will probably be dwarfed by a new, mega-scale cyberattack.
Greek labor unions staged a 24-hour strike across the country, shutting down travel and public services.
The European Union threatens to sanction Hungary and Poland unless they begin taking in the share for refugees.
Europol says it still needs to be proven that there was a link between North Korea and the "WannaCry" cyberattack.
The Polish FM says European Unions states support the continuation of the bans imposed on Moscow over its alleged role in the Ukrainian conflict.
A European Union official urges the government to allow full aid access to the troubled Rakhine State, where Rohingya Muslims are besieged by the army.
The European police say computers in 150 countries have been affected by recent cyber attack.
Over 480 asylum seekers and refugees were rescued in the Mediterranean on Saturday, Italy's coastguard said.
An intercity train derailed in northern Greece on Saturday, leaving four passengers dead and five seriously injured.
Italians in Bari protest against a summit of the G7, blaming the group for global poverty.
Eight Emirati princesses are being tried at a court in Belgium for suspected inhumane treatment of servants and human trafficking in a long-running court case.
Organizations in several countries have reported they have been attacked by a malicious software known as ransomware.
More than 1,000 students have rallied and staged a sit-in in Barcelona, the capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, to demand a reduction in university tuition fees.
The EU approves visa-free travel for Ukrainians to the Schengen area.
Anti-fascism groups in Italy have held a vigil in the country’s capital of Rome after the burning to death of three sisters from an ethnic minority in a suspected arson attack.
Many from a population of 26,000 doctors working in public hospitals and health facilities took part in the walkout.
At least 11 people die and 200 more remain unaccounted for following two separate shipwrecks involving refugees in the Mediterranean.
Sunday's demonstration largely drew members of the PAME communist labor union.
The Italian coastguard says it rescued some 6,000 refugees in the Mediterranean Sea on Friday and Saturday.
Police said about 9,000 people marched through Warsaw on Saturday.
"Our British friends have decided to leave, which is a tragedy," Juncker said in Florence on Friday.
The European Council president warns of “impossible” Brexit negotiation after London accused Brussels of meddling in Britain's election.
Fire and explosions rip through a waste recycling plant near the Spanish capital, injuring 30 people.
“We need sound solutions, we need legal precision and this will take time,” EU's chief Brexit negotiator said.
Sweden said earlier that it was scrapping the checks.
Swedish police say Imam Ali Islamic Center in the northern Stockholm suburb of Jakobsberg was badly damaged in the arson attack overnight.
Former prime minister Matteo Renzi is expected to be comfortably re-elected the leader of Italy’s ruling Democratic Party in a Sunday primary election.
France’s Hollande says Britain’s exit from the EU would have its own costs.
The municipal council of Molenbeek-Saint-Jean in Belgium adopts a motion to boycott companies promoting the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories.
The Belgian PM says it was a mistake to help Saudi Arabia get appointed on the UN rights panel.
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) puts Turkey on a monitoring watchlist over its post-coup crackdown and human rights violations.
The office of Hungary’s representative in Brussels has confirmed Orban's hearing.
The request is the second filed by Ankara in relation to the soldiers.
An EU official warns that the continental bloc could rethink its relations with Turkey.
The EU foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, says EU-Russia cooperation is 'not frozen' despite EU's anti-Russia sanctions.
At least 15 people, including children, drowned when an inflatable boat carrying refugees sank off the Aegean island of Lesbos.
Pope Francis likens the refugee detention camps in European states to concentration camps.
More than half of Britain's population are exposed to dangerously high levels of air pollution.
Michele Scarponi, the 2011 Giro d'Italia champion, has been killed in a road accident after being hit by a van while training close to his home in Filottrano.
European shares experienced the three-week lows over concerns about Britain’s early election and France’s presidential polls.
The demonstrators in Madrid voice their outrage at Washington’s recent missile attack on a Syrian army air base.